On newer devices (like the iPhone SE and 7), all photos are stored in DNG (digital negative) RAW format, which if correctly processed can result in very nice photographs.
On less current devices (like the iPhone 5s and 6), photos are stored in lossless, compressed TIFF format, which is better than JPEG.
On all iPhones the front camera provides TIFF images, not DNG.
iOS devices that support RAW require about 15 MB per DNG file, whereas TIFFs are larger.
iRAW lets you upload photos to DropBox or send them as email attachments.
When running on older devices iRAW has more features including digital zoom and color filters. I'm in the process of adding these features to iRAW for newer iOS devices, too.
In manual mode, iRAW provides sliders to control shutter speed and ISO. There is an optional 2-second delay.
There is a live histogram to help you take better photos.
There is a live level in landscape mode to help you take perfectly horizontal shots, and it can be calibrated from the menu.
Note, front (selfie) camera doesn't support taking RAW photos.
The app now supports multiple Dropbox uploads at once.
Fixed image viewing bug.
Improved storage efficiency.
Removed Flickr support (Dropbox is still supported).
Fixed Dropbox filename issue.
Added support for iPad Pro.
- 30.4 MB
- Update Date:
- Zack Smith
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